Today there are about 300 Jewish people living in the Bahamas.
The Luis De Torres Synagogue in Freeport was built in 1972. The building originally belonged to a bank and, now that there are no longer Jews living in the city, the bank has retaken control over the building.
On New Providence Island in Nassau there is a special section of a cemetery that is walled-off for Jewish graves at the corner of Shirley St. and Lover's Lane.
The Community in Nassau is named The Nassau Jewish Congregation and is affiliated to the Union of Jewish Congregations of Latin America and the Caribbean. At the corner of Shirley St. and Lover’s Lane, in Nassau on New Providence Island, there is a special section of a cemetery that is walled-off for Jewish graves.
There is a Chabad in the Baha Mar resort in the Cable Beach neighborhood that has a minyan every Shabbat morning (prior to the onset of the coronavirus). The Samantha and Sarah Nadal Hebrew School has courses for children ages 5 through 13. Kosher food products can be found in local grocery stores.
Sources: World Jewish Congress;